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Potter at work mug from hon-john

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Potter at work mug from hon-john

Post  Ev on Sat 19 Nov - 20:40

This is posted somewhere on the site, but I couldn't find it !!
I hope this is the right place to put it? Honey glaze, but need to find the number for it ...

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Re: Potter at work mug from hon-john

Post  TonyK on Sun 20 Nov - 3:28

That's a very basic wheel. Artistic license? The potter must be very controlled to have no tray and no obvious nearby water - I wonder if s/he does their own laundry?
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Re: Potter at work mug from hon-john

Post  Ev on Sun 20 Nov - 11:05

My first wheel had no tray and no where to put anything .... it was a surprise gift from my other half!
It had about a 10 inch thick concrete wheel that was kicked ..... really hard work to centre anything ... and whatamess ... but it worked Smile It didn't take long for me to go up in the wheel world though and I got a sturdy Breedveldt that was a dream machine Very Happy
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A number at last!

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 17 Feb - 14:13

From Ev's list of shapes without a designated factory this is a 1200.


http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t4727-four-digit-shapes-without-a-designated-factory#17028
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